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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> the stories we're piling this morning wednesday february 27th, the chief cause at the darkest day in the history of the santa cruz police department. two officers killed in a line of duty and the man who shot them is also dead. >> we have live team coverage on the story and we're learning exactly what happened. we're also hearing from residents in the area who were shocked and devastated the this could happen so close to home. also we will find out about the officers and they leave behind. we will share that information when our team coverage continues in just a moment. >> first a quick check on weather and traffic >> we are taking a look at
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the ride on highway 880 here. and the southbound direction, as traffic is backed up and maybe getting a little bit better. the left lanes have been cleared. there was a motorcycle accident blocking the three left hand lanes. it is still backed up to castro valley on 238, 880 southbound backup to marina boulevard. all the emergency vehicles have cleared the scene. it is possible that this backup could clear a bit. >> and quick with a wednesday forecast, but temperatures in the 30's and 40's. this afternoon will be a little cooler than what we saw yesterday. plenty of sunshine, warm as temperatures return on friday. i will have the extended forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> 7:01 a.m. and a developing story and san francisco where the cleanup continues of water and mud
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after a water main break cause a big mess. this is 15th avenue and walnut and west portal. jackie sissel is live out there this morning as the crews are working and people are waking up. >> it is a mess out here, you can see crews from the city out here trying to clean up the corner at 15 in walnut. there's a mountain of mud that came pouring down into this neighborhood. some of the cars actually over the top of the doors of how much water and mud came down this area. the actual break is a water main break a 16 in. water main burst. that is around 230 this morning, there is a cynical here. all of the mud and all the water came careening down. you could see how deep the mud is here, the stop sign and car here the water
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level was about 3 ft. deep in this area. basically, if inundated homes and cars and the street itself. here is the simple that it caused around 230 this morning. there's a lot of work to be done to repair that. as far as homeowners are concerned you can see what they are fighting with. the garages and all of their downstairs bedrooms and front rooms are often inundated with water. i had a chance to talk to a resident out here days in blue -- jason woo, then just a few weeks ago >> it comes up to about 90. we're trying to prevent it
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from coming all the way in here with bags but it was just pouring. >> that was his house. basically he's right at the very bottom of the hill. that is the car that was basically covered in water. you can see the water line there. that whole corner of his house was basically saturated with water. crews say it will be a little while before they are able to open this ought. you can see there is still a lot of work to be done and they have to take away all of that mud. the next six to 8 in. of mud is is sitting in the street out here. >> this shovelling continuing in the water and they add that gaping hole
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you have a fixed in addition to the pipe. it is a mess for everybody. >> you can see a lot of cars at the bottom of the hill. they are going to have to be towed out. they will shovelling the mud out from it. this will not be the first or last card out of here this morning. 15th avenue will be closed for some time because they're going to have to fix this entire street was a figure out what happened to the 16 in. main that burst. >> another developing story we're following this morning involves the officers that were killed in the line of duty in santa cruz. sgt loren baker, which by then it main bullets, at 28 year veteran of the apartment leaves behind his wife and two daughters. these are photothe detective
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elisabeth but blbutler a 10 year veteran was also killed, she has two young sons. police said officers are following up on a sexual assault investigation. another person has been identified as jeremy delagoulet the man who police a shot at officers yesterday afternoon. >> across the street here, we were not told by the investigators this morning, they are very tight lipped it ultimately this is where the suspect was shot and killed. as across the street here we will show you that their lives. there are multiple shots fired here as well, so much so there is a gaping hole in that arise. there are three big holes there as well and that door.
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1234567 we do not know and we put in a call to the shares apartment to see if there is a gun battle or if the officers saw the suspect and shot him out of fear because of what had been previously remember writing to the scene here. i believe we will hear back from the senate republican for mesa officer from the sheriff's department. lots of people are showing up this morning because this scene was taped and roped off to the public about by 45 this morning to allow investigators to spend all night collecting evidence. they brought out the fire department to use their ladders and light to collect as much as i possibly could before reopening this to the public. hopefully we will hear about the investigation there out the morning. did i get any information, i will pass it on to you. >> wow, quite a scene there.
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>> this tragedy is now sending shock waves of the community. >> there just aren't words to describe how i feel personally about this and how my department is reacting. it is >> this is the first time they have ever lost an officer and a line of duty. >> more on that story to come. >> we have been tracking a hot spot and is a ride on 880 in the southbound direction. i'd san lorenzo
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at llewellyn boulevard we have a motorcycle accident that blocked the three left- hand lane. that backed up the nimitz southbound but it also backed up traffic getting to the nimitz from to 38. eastbound 580 traffic is backed up because of a lot of traffic comes here and san leandro and. although all lanes are recovering but it is still slower than usual and both the southbound of 880 and the westbound direction of 580 leading to highway 238. the bay bridge toll plaza there are some incidents out by the metering lights. the lights were slow down and that is live at 880 approached is backed up. drive times a closer to 20 minutes and they are to 14. the san mateo bridge, things are heavy right now, 13 to 15 minutes drive times. the
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golden gate bridge, still smoke conditions here, we are still as it free on 1 01 southbound through marin county. >> one thing everyone will know this is this guy is not as bright as morning. we have some high clouds passing through, temperatures so colder than 24 hours ago. it will be sunny, up more met with high clouds and temperatures mainly in the upper 60s. i later on tonight, mostly clear conditions back down to the '50s for the most part. current temperatures, not a bunch at the freezing mark, out vallejo nevado santa rosa, but their 20s and fairfield. east bay shoreline, a few degrees warmer and pleasanton. 36 livermore. it's a cast four highs mainly 60s by 12, 60s along the coast line. we will gain a couple of degrees into your afternoon highs. and tonight, most of
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us will be in the '50s. i think will be attached cooler but very pleasant conditions. 67 mountain view, 68 cupertino, up 70 fairfield, 68 walnut creek. los 60s, downtown san francisco. 69 for palo month, amid 54 daly city. we will really start to see the microclimates come into play later on this afternoon. we will remain dry, high- pressure in control to our north. we have changes to talk about, friday shaping up to be the warmest of the week. saturday and sunday, week's system passing by could bring some sprinkles of the north bay. we will be mostly dry and expect more of the way of clouds. temperatures will start to dig and dry by monday. the
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>> the after no provide mid to upper 60s, potentially some low 70's. if you are lacking a warm-up, friday will be the warmest of the week. full details on your extended forecast coming up and just a few minutes. >> a water main break a crash it cruised scrambling this morning and the direction of 15 and will warm up. jackie sissel has
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been there since this morning. >> there is still much everywhere. i'm out here at 15 and will walnut and you can see it city crews are working to get this mountain of mud that they are collecting. hopefully with this intersection open there is still a lot of work to be done. cars out here are inundated by mud. we're being told now the several bombs that have been yellow tagged out here. i can tell you this is all cause right there by that simple on 15th avenue. it was a 16 in. cast iron water main that was put in in 1952. it burst sending according to the public
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works people hundreds of thousands of gallons of water rushing into the streets. not only streets, also cars. you can see some of the damage. that is in sight of one person's garage. low-lying bedrooms and areas inside these homes, all the water came to the bottom of the hell and collected in some of these garages and homes. one person that i talked to, jason will move in two weeks ago. he was painting the house and has out got about 3 ft. of water inside of it. he has that to deal with. the worst news as i said is about three or four homes have been yellow tagged out here. they will have to have some engineers come out here and check the status of it. with this amount of water and mud out here, they hope that the ground did not settle, that may be the case. you did see the water
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lines on the rise there, they will have to come out and take a look at that. there is a lot of work to be done out here before they can start the investigation as to what actually caused this water main break. >> thank you for the update, a big mess out there. 7:33 a.m.. >> 2 officers killed in a line of duty in santa cruz. sgt loren baker who went by the nickname butch and det. elizabeth butler were also killed. they were investigating a sexual assault when that that someone opened fire on them. a third person identified as jeremy goulet is the man who
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police say shot at officers yesterday afternoon. >> we are not sure at this point there was a gun battle between the officers and the suspect but we do know that this is the no. 2. we showed you cross the street earlier the ban that was riddled with bullets. you can see here is that the rise and their multiple poles. this is so big you can actually walk through this one. there are marks all over this place. police officers spend the night here collecting evidence. they wanted to collect evidence so much so that they have the fire apartment with their letters and bright lights at 27 there this particular location so they could have plenty of light. this scene is even bigger than we thought. we were a year and with the son of we're walking around, look at this there is another rise there.
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they are backing it with the alphabet as far as collecting the stain. not just on the side of the grass, over here and you can see over here as well. we're still hoping air from the santa cruz county sheriff's apart as far as their investigation into this. no one has returned my phone calls. the neighbors were told to stay in the house or if there were out of this area they were not allowed to return. a lot of them are returning this morning, they're pulling into their garage. some people cannot believe just how bad it is. there is a couple that pulled into the garage of there, see. they cannot believe what they saw. they could not talk to me because they said they were not here to see it or hear it but they're just amazed. >> this is a location where the suspect was killed? is that correct? >> that is with the fire
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department told me. they say that is where the suspect was ultimately shot. it is a big area but is pretty much within five to 600 yds of this area as well. it all happen in this community but this is definitely scene number two according to the fire department. this is where the suspect was ultimately shot and killed. the water all there, we just noticed there is still a trickle of blood and that bottle of water. >> we understand that this man had ties to berkeley. he worked lived there for some time with his twin brother. you have been there all morning long well, have you seen the first scene and the investigation going over there? >> we went over there but there is nothing that stands out. we did not see any bullet holes over there. we are still trying to walk to that particular area to find out but there is nothing that stands out like this scene. we will hopefully get
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more informations and and hopefully get led by the investigators to be shown all of this. this was all wrapped up, we could not get as close. it was not until they rolled up the crime scene tape that we were able to get over here. now the the sun is out, we have free reign of this area and there is nothing at crime scene number one that stands out. >> pope benedictus 16th but speaking in front of a large crowd recalling mama's he described of joy and light during his papacy but also times of great difficulty and an emotional, final general audience in st. peter's square before retiring. but at that bank his cardinals, colleagues and ordinary faithful for their support and for respecting his decision to become the first pope in 600 years to resigned. tens of thousand feet of people jammed the area to bid benedictus farewell.
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>> welcomed back, unusually slow traffic this morning 680 is a hot spot out of slow ride is still back that most of the length of 242. 680 south is backed up to pleasant hill road free ride at a down to the 24 split. south of there, heavy traffic here which is a little heavier than usual headed into alamo. it is backed up a little early this morning. this drive time is running at about 22 minutes, a couple of minutes longer than it should take. westbound a bridge is a slower ride this morning, 20 minutes drive times the norm here. almost that much if you're coming from the nimitz freeway, up backed up
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with minor incidents near the metering lights. the san mateo bridge, highway 92 very good drive times 13 minutes. no problems over to foster city. the golden gate bridge ride 1 01 southbound has yet to peak and the ride through marin county is still a smooth one in the incident free from 37 down to the golden gate bridge. >> one thing to point out, at the sky is not as bright as yesterday morning. more clouds to contend with today. temperatures colder than 24 hours ago, fair fell 29, 37 concord, 46 san francisco. in the accident, plenty of mid to upper 60s in the south bay. 67 mountain view and sunnyvale, 68 redwood city. in the east bay, said agree rating and they're built, said the six in san leandro. satellite and radar show clear conditions, dry
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conditions and high clouds passing through. storm track six well to our north. 7 day around the bay forecast shows friday is expected to be the warmest of the week. partly cloudy conditions and the possibility for some sprinkles as we transition to into the weekend. >> it is healthy to get back out and be physical. for the most part it was this a good claim a physical game. we had expected. >> i don't want to start anything was someone who is smaller than may. and have someone my size or talk it out like man, i do not take pride and tossing little guide to the side. >> it sounds like he's rubbing it in. i don't take pride and tossing a little guide to the side.
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noise, if a teammate had his hands around my waist. >> ever its bills and to the stands, is that an automatic suspension? >> i think a little bit of that but if you throw a punch. if you have a clenched i think he will be out one game. and with the n.b.a. he could be out of thousand dollars. go and do a little pushing, but don't clincher fish. >> sells what? so if i grab you and you'd see me away with an open hand, there be no fine or suspension. >> i can say this because we are friends but if you grab me, we will not be fighting.
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kind of good though >> in your 48? >> i think i'll take that elevator and they say no there is a statute. >> i'm going to go and priced them. >we will see you gary. we will be right back. well, well, well.
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>> 757 a m in coming up on the kron4 morning news the latest on the investigation that led to police officers and a suspect dead. a san francisco neighborhood is digging out from a water main break that flooded homes and cars with tons of
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>> (male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> this is a terrific dayhorrif, we was to exceptionally fine officers. >> we have live team coverage of the two police officers killed in a line of duty and santa cruz. >> take a look at this mess, it is intemperances go by west portal. a massive clean up right now. >> we just got word of a new accident in berkeley on interstate 80 westbound. it
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is near ashby avenue, a little bit before. it is between university and ashby. this is slow traffic already on the east shore freeway as you tried to work their way down from central avenue. we will update the drive time for you. still tracking said big delays for 680 southbound of concord, highway four headed out to walnut creek is slow going as well. a quick look from our a live camera into walnut creek, it is a slow ride from 24 down to the board no road. >> right now is pretty cold out there with a lot of 30's and 40's. mild to warm into the afternoon and it will be just a touch cooler than yesterday. the warming trend is back into high gear as we head into tomorrow. friday, a stable weather ahead of us. there may be changes into the weekend with the potential for some sprinkles saturday night into sunday. full details on your
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extended forecast just moments away. >> 8:01 a.m. in the latest on our developing story out of sampras's go where crews are working to clean up the mess from the water main break on the 15th avenue of wawona and west portal. take a look at this video showing the scene shortly after it happened. jackie sissel is down there in the daytime, and the light and you could see the water gushing but you can see them but lines and that really indicates what happened. >> it is really loud out here (inaudible)
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the whole area is covered with mud, you can see some cars' air and water lines on the cars. this all started around 230 this morning. a 16 that water main had burst sending hundreds of thousands of gallons of water into the street. there has been some work out here and the area, about two months ago. us or line but they're not sure it is connected. some of the house is out here have been yellow tag. we had a chance to start to the department of
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water folks earlier this morning. >> we're working with the department and putting stuff and. we have an inspector going house-to-house to see whether not any of the houses have been structurally compromise. there are several homes that have been yellow tag, that none that have been red tagged so far. there is mediation that was needed in several of the buildings. they will have to come out to do another assessment to confirm their findings. >> what houses with this house here, you can see the water line. we smoke with this person of is jason woo he steady at about 3 ft. of water inside the home. he could detect a few cracks on the inside. engineers from the department and the building inspectors will have to come out here and do the inspections to make sure
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that the ground has not settled. there is still a lot of work to do out here. you can see some of the cars, they absolutely inundated by the water out here. you ask me how high the water got out here, that is not a to town car, that is the water level. they're hoping to get the intersection back up and within the hour, they have said that several times this morning. they said they are starting to get close and are hoping to have it reopened. as far as think all goes there is one at 15th avenue. that will take awhile and they will have to dig up the entire roadway. it will be an all-day process if not longer. >> and a messy process to, thanks for that report jackie. >> another developing story this morning, 2 officers
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killed in the line of duty in santa cruz. police say it sgt. loren "butch" baker or a 28 year veteran of the apartment leaves behind two daughters and a white. detective elizabeth butler, a 10 year veteran was also killed a she has two young sons. police say the officers were following up on a sexual assault investigation. a third person has been identified as jeremy goulet, the man who believes a shot at officers yesterday afternoon. >> you can see over my left shoulder, a gaping hole and that arise. --garage
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we are learning more about jeremy goulet. he was arrested and convicted for watching a woman take a shower. her boyfriend came, and they got into it, he was arrested for that. also in for a patient coming house that these third four years and the military including the army. he it live in berkeley and his last month occupation and santa cruz where he lived was he was a breeze that at a local coffee shop. he was reportedly fired on saturday. something happened between he and his coworker. that is why reportedly officers showed up at the location to follow up on that. much more coming out about the suspect. i will have the details coming up at 83. >> thank you very much well, again the memorial has been
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growing in front of the police department and santa cruz as people are going by. they are leading cards and flowers and lighting candles. we will update you only find out about any dinner or ceremonies that may be planned to honor these officers. first 2 officers ever and santa cruz in history to die in the line of duty. we will be right back.
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>> an oakland couple believed to be missing on a bike trip and peru have been reportedly spotted in a local village. jamie neal and garret hand were last heard from in late january while traveling in perot. jamie neal's co-workers and else lebron they are celebrating the news that neil and her boyfriend have been found. >> they went on the boat and march down to the boat and as for their id's and at that point they had been found. >> they are fairly, that but the families are not so sure. garret hand mother is to the statement saying " until i hear from him and see my son directly, we will not stop looking for them "
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>> we want to give you the latest on santa cruz where two officers were killed yesterday afternoon. they were in plain clothes and it was during a police investigation. they were fired upon and killed. our team coverage continues with mike pelton who is in front of the santa cruz police
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department. >> community members have come to leave flowers and candles, even a purple heart for the two filed officers. sgt. loren "butch" baker error at 2 eight year veteran leaves behind eight wife and children and detective elisabeth bakedet. ele leaves behind tucson. >> this is a sad day and and on a holy day for santa cruz county and america. >> the police chief called this the darkest day in the history of santa cruz. they have never lost an officer
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before in the line of duty. >> let's look back at the time line, at 330 afternoon the officers went to the home to investigate reports of inappropriate sexual conduct at his workplace. they were not shot and killed and at 4:00 a local preschool was locked down nearby. sometime after that the suspect was killed by officers. and shortly before 6:00 the children were transported to be reunited with their families. >> i was just praying the whole time i was coming over there that the kids would be ok. >> we heard the shots and the sirens and we all went inside. at that at that point at the school that pick up so we have like 40 people live. a lot
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>> a lot of people thought it was a firecracker. i'm pretty sure i've heard bullets shoot before and this was much louder. >> santa cruz as they is a recent spate of violence, and but community leaders that doubled a downtown rally tuesday to speak out against shootings. that and the city council meeting were canceled after city leaders learned of the deaths. >> we are still tracking east bay hot spots right now. our most recent accident on 80 and the westbound direction, this is in berkeley. to vehicle accident blocked the left lane between university have and ashby avenue. the drive time is actually not too bad. 26 to 28 minutes, even without the accident. that drive time may grow. still
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delays on the nimitz freeway northbound with a stall the big rig at oak st. is backing up the right words and get a burger wrote. the drive time here is running 19 to 21 minutes. we have saved a little bit off the drive time here for a 680 southbound and 242 southbound coming out of concord from highway four out of walnut creek. westbound to the bay bridge traffic is starting to ease a bit on the 880 approach. and the toll plaza we are still backed up nearly all the way to the berkeley turf. that is an 18 to 20 minutes drive time. the san mateo bridge conditions are still pretty good, their team that is rare westbound commute. a wling gate bridge ride is nearing what should be the peak of the commute southbound. traffic is heavy but still a problem free for your drive across the span.
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>> we had some changes in this morning's forecast. first, it was colder than 24 hours ago. a couple of slides dipped into the upper 20s. also observing more clouds out there so clouds are not as bright as yesterday. here is a look at yesterday's high, we were close to war did break some records. concord came as 71 breaking a record set in 2002. napa came in with an afternoon high of 73 degrees and a comparison last year february 26th napa was at 57. yesterday was 73 cell again, a lot of changes in your forecast. temperatures are well above the seasonal average. numbers right now, buried their fill of vallejo and out but, 47 oakland, 39 have monday. into the afternoon, it will be a pretty nice out there a little cooler than
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yesterday. fremont 65, 68 palo alto, los '70s fairfield, upper 60s walnut creek, 66 union city. upper 60s low seventies in the north bay, 62 san francisco, 63 alameda. satellite and radar shows dry conditions in the bay area and clouds passing through. wet weather activity was a well to our north and stable weather for the next couple of days. high pressure will start to break down and the possibility for some sprinkles to enter our area arrived saturday into sunday. that will really only affect communities north of golden gate bridge. right now that as looking like a 10 percent chance. most of us will see an increase in cloud cover and a dip in the numbers. dry as we start the next work week with the next opportunity for rain in the bay area around march 6th. if you're taking a long we can add up to taupo here is a look at
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2.1 million government workers may be required to take furloughs agencies are forced to trim budgets. >> the senate has voted to confirm chuck hegel as defense secretary. after a bruising nomination process, hagel now takes over for outing secretary leon panetta. republicans hard to criticize them over his pass statements on sensitive political and national security matters. his shaky performance at his confirmation hearings did not help matters. hagel is a decorated vietnam veteran and former senator from nebraska. >> a number of prominent republicans are now showing their support for same-sex marriage. dozens of gop members filed a brief as part of the upcoming u.s. supreme court battle over gay marriage. according to the new york times they include former advisers to president george w. bush,
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former presidential candidate john huntsman, former bush national security adviser stephen hadley, an egg white and former candidate for governor in california and now head of h-p. next month high court will hear arguments in california's voters approved same-sex marriage ban proposition 8 as well as the federal defense of marriage act. >> a new study just released shows that a majority of voters are opposed to renaming stamford cisco's international airport after gay rights activist harvey milk. 61 percent of likely voters oppose the idea according to a poll conducted by the chamber of commerce. harvey milk was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in california. the study also showed that roughly the same number of voters oppose the name change are in favor of bringing the golden state warriors building to the waterfront area at peers and 30 through 32.
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subway. eat fresh. >> we're monitoring problems in the east bay. >> with about a 80 is backed up to the lower east shore freeway at ashby avenue. >> northbound 880 at oak street they're still slow going out of san leandro. i will update your drive time coming up. >> as we take a look at your afternoon highs for today. potentially cooler than yesterday. we have more clout in the forecast. 71 possible for napa. low seventies in fairfield. mid 60s in our east bay shoreline. lows '60s for a town san francisco. >> i will talk about how warm it would get clear on the week in just a few minutes. >> james.
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>> we're following a developing story out of san francisco where water main break as crews clamoring this morning. the water has been turned off. it is in the area of 15th avenue and wawona. kron 4 jackie sissel is live on the scene, good morning jackie. >> it is loud out here james. you can barely hear me. they are literally digging out the neighborhood. city crews have been here for hours trying to recover the debris out of the road. >> the incident actually happened right up there. you can see the sinkholes that were caused because of the water main break. it is a 16 in. cast iron water main pipe that broke around 2:30
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a.m.. the water ran for about two hours. hundreds of thousands of gallons of water filled the street not only the street with nearby cars and nearby houses. >> there is one of the homes there this is one of the low-lying areas. you can see stuff literally floating in the garage. >> i have been told that several homes have been red tagged. they have to have someone come out to make sure they're safe. >> we talked to one homeowner jason's woo. >> it was probably up to about my knee or so it was pretty high in we were trying to prevent it from coming in throwing bags of soil down and try to blockaded.
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>> it looks like they are opening up this intersection. there is a lot of work to be done. opening up this intersection was part of the work. it will be a long process before they are made whole again i've is the. they will have to dig up the entire street of 15th avenue to fix thburst. it will y for these people. >> jackie will let you go. one last question has been heard from any of the crews as to how long the process may take to clear the mud away? >> one more time james. >> have you been told by anyone how long it will take to clear the mud. >> they are opening up this
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intersection. this tree will be closed says wwhere they're getting up the mud. >> wawona will be open if you go value to come to 15 down this area. they will have to dig up the entire street. to get this fixed. >> will be closed to traffic not only today but probably for some time. >> thank you jackie. darya . >> 8:34 . the other big stories were following is two officers killed in the line of duty sergeant loren baker was a veteran of the police department. detective elizabeth butler 18 year veteran on the force that worked in
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playclothes and not in uniform. the walked up to a home as part of a sexual assault investigation. a person identified as and jeremy goulet shot and killed them. he ran to another area where he then was later shot and killed. kron fours will tran has the latest with the investigation this morning. at the second location. >> i have yet to hear from the public information officer on whether an author with a gun battle between the officers as well as the suspect. we know multiple shots were fired at this location. you concede there are garages. look at the gaping hole in that one particular cross. you could walk through it. there are shot on the bottom. as you walk across the front end their shot there also are around the corner. >> a lot going on. the residents were allowed to turn to their homes after
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this scene was courted off for the investigators to spend the night and collect all the evidence they need. >> we are learning more formation about the suspect here is a mug shot from him being arrested in 2008 in portland, oregon. jeremy goulet was arrested at that time because he went to residents apparently filling a woman taking a shower. the boyfriend confronts him they get into it, a shot was fired by accident. he was not convicted of that but was convicted of going inside and filming the woman taking a shower. that is why he was registered as a sex offender in have to undergo classes'. we know he lived in berkeley before moving to santa cruz. according to his father yes, he said my son did owns several guns. >> the police department came to this location this past friday because of a disorderly conduct called. they arrested him. he paid
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the bail. reportedly, they came back yesterday to follow up on that and that is when the two officers were shot and killed. >> more information about the suspect is coming out including, he has a twin brother. >> will give you more than ever mentioned at 9:00. as far as this scene is concerned. you can see what happened. neighbors are seeing it for themselves taking pictures. >> they cannot believe they are allowed to get that much closer what happened. >> the second location is riddled with bullet holes in the police will not tell you. have they even said how many officers were involved at this at the location where he was killed? >> no. i did put in multiple phone calls to the santa cruz county sheriff's department. they are handling this investigation because the santa cruz police apartment cannot is a conflict of interest. >> the public information
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officer stayed late last night to the overnight hours and apparently she is not picking up the phone. >> usually in these cases when it involves slain police officers that are tight-lipped on the investigation. >> they did allow us to get this close to show what is going on. >> it looks as if some of the bullet holes are the exact same size. i am curious to know if there was a gun battle. i will try to get that confirmed coming up at 9:00. >> back to you dary a. >> the time is 8:38. >> i am richer demuro in chicago we are going incise chicago's largest retail store ever coming up in my next report.
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we're back the time is 8:41. >> a look at your 7 day forecast 66 is the average. we do have a forecast of a low seventies. we will join the mall friday where the average i will be 70 degrees. a little warmer out that we get to enjoy over the next three days. mild weather sticks with us to the weekend. a great looking forecast although it is chilly now. there are some spots like vallejo earlier that was around 32 degrees. we are warming up. 8:41 we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes. >>
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stores. >> we have all the great grant not only for fashion but for technology. this place was tailor-made for at&t. >> the store recently won two awards 1 for customer experience and the other for service. there was a finalist for store of the year. >> in chicago i am rich dem uro that is our tech report. >> let us move over to traffic we have a hot spot more than one george. >> that is right we have more than one hot spot. we have been repbusy all morning. pish interstate 80 west bound is a 29 minute drive time the most recent crash was west of ashby avenue. the nimitz is behind. 880 northbound a stall with a big rig. >> 29 minutes nearly half an hour out of san leandro
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heading north to downtown oakland. 580 not agree alternate route because things slow there is well. >> if you have to toss a coin that may be the one to take. >> the bay bridge showing some improvement. the toll plaza is still backed up to west grand backed880 approach is hardly backed up all due in part to there being big delays on the nimitz. >> the san mateo bridge ride is still rolling along at about 13-15 minutes for the drive time. we have seen a second surgeon the last 20 minutes. your ride to the golden gate bridges at the peak. there is sluggish traffic from just before the south tower almost near mid span leading down to the toll plaza. >> good morning george we're seeing the sunshine but we have a few high clouds. temperatures have rebounded. we saw upper 20s this morning. san francisco
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however, at 48. 47 in oakland. upper '30's and livermore. it is a chilly start to the morning. mild warm conditions to the afternoon. >> mid to upper 60s for just about everyone. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday's lies. into tomorrow a warming trend kickstand. plenty of sunshine. overall stable weather for the entire bay area. we have the changes to talk about as we transition into the weekend. i will have full details on what to expect in your 7 day around the bay forecast. in the meantime futurecast 4 highlights 12 clock. the green on your screen indicates '60s. impacting just about everyone. we will hold on to 50s indicated by the blue. >> by 2:00 p.m. your afternoon highs will to clear skies. sunshine and just about everyone in the '60s. >> by 8:00 p.m. temperatures on the mild side. the light
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blue on your screen across the board indicates everyone in the '50s. >> i want to focus our attention on your afternoon highs. today will be green eyes and enjoyable for most of us. upper 60s in the south bay. santa clara 67. 60 in campbell. mid-60s and fremont. >> turning to the east bay. fairfield 70. 65 for vallejo. 60 and walnut creek. 66 in castro valley. >> downtowns have physical keeping in the low 60s. 71 possibility for napa. petaluma 69 degrees. upper 50s and ocean beach. oakland and afternoon high of 66. >> satellite and radar picture shows a few high clouds to contend with. we are dry in the bay area. storm track sticks to our north. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights friday as the warmest of the week. we could in fact he's a mixed seventies for some of our south bay spots.
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>> changes to talk about and to the weekend. a weak system could bring sprinkles to the north bay. most of us will be dry. partly cloudy conditions. typical start to dip. we will be dry on monday the next opportunity for wet weather here in the bay area is sometime around march 6th. james. >> thank you. ya hoo ceo is getting backlash from telling her employes they could no longer work from home. >> you might say... >> i was actually able to get the job i've 1/7 months pregnant and continue to to the moment i get burned. >> after i had the baby two weeks after i was on the phone. >> she's definitely disagrees with the ya hoo
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ceo putting into its flexible work policy of making everyone come to the office. >> i did not know exactly what she is thinking. i'm sure she has the best images of the company and her employes. >> in my experience have that flexibility is helpful and you're able to contribute and reproductive. >> the online backlash against yahoo has been one- sided on twitter. the consensus mariss amaye all wrong. mayer . >> i think they have it backwards and are shooting themselves in the foot as a live into the future. >> 10 percent of employes or home on a regular basifrom homer basis. >> the poll shows tire
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>> 8:56. coming out of the kron 4 morning news at 92 offices and the suspect dead in santa cruz. plus, take a look the mess in san francisco in this neighborhood. we have new informations on an overnight water main break. and we're tracking your winter weather and traffic. we would be back in two minutes. mom, i invited justin over for lunch.
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 9 starts now. >> our department is in
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mourning this is a terrific day in my career as a police chief. also for our police department. to exceptionally fine officers were lost. >> we have live team coverage from the scene in santa cruz were two police officers were gunned down. also covering live this morning the mess in the streets of san francisco. this neighborhood where a water main broke over night and left as flooding nestle for potiphar'muddy mess. >> we are seeing some improvement for the ride on a west. >> the drive time at 28 minutes westbound. it is only a few minutes above what would be normal. you might expect on a rough day to see 22-1 to 4 minute
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drive times. even in the 9:00 hour. >> we are at almost 30 minutes here. not much of a break for the ride on 880 northbound. a recent crash at davis adding to the slowing coming out of san leandro. we are still looking at an half an hour commute time from 238 of to 980 into downtown oakland. >> a lot of sunshine today a chilly start to the day. some spots are cooler compared to 24 hours ago. san francisco good morning 48 degrees in downtown oakland 47. san carlos mid '40's. livermore is a cool spot at 39 degrees. plenty of sunshine. we will see high level clouds moving in. more so today compared to yesterday's. calling it mostly sunny and bit cooler. i do not think we will see as many 70 degree readings as yesterday. >> warming trend continues with plenty of sun. we're looking at friday to be the warmest day in the 7 day.
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not sure exactly how warm will talk about that your 7 day forecast. >> 9:01. a water main break cause a big mess pipit crews have now shut off water to residents. it is in the area of 15th avenue and wawona, in westport. take a look at this overnight video showing the scene shortly after it happen. there is a gaping hole in the street. ally of crumbling. a water main they are fixing a lot of mud they're shoveling up. and repairing damage to homes and cars. >> jackie sissel is live on this thing. >> they are making progress but they have a long way to go. at this intersection at 15 and waqwona. >> it is a beehive of activity. there are city workers as well as private
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restoration workers try to help in the cleanup of the homes. >> you can also see a mountain of debris and mud stacked up in the road way that came down 15th ave. this whole was opened up there is with a 16 in. cast- iron, main water pipe burst at around 230 this morning. here is video of city workers. at the time was fully pressured they say they probably lost a couple of hundred thousand of gallons of water. >> not only did go into the street but also into several cars and several houses. >> you can see the damage done to some of the houses. basically the contents and the lower line garages along with some of the bedrooms in the lower lying part of the house completely inundated and flooded with this water that came pouring in at 230
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this morning. what we're being told is that several of these homes have been yellow tag. we talked to the part of water spokesperson. he talked about what will happen to those homes. >> we are working with the the part of building construction and having an instructor go to house-to- house to see if any of the home structures have been compromised. he has a yellow tag several homes. none have been red tagged where people need to leave. but there is a mediation and several of the buildings. they are scheduled to come back out and do another assessment to confirm their findings. >> as i said, there are several different projects going on. city workers are power washing the street. they're trying to get the intersection reopen. you also have private contractors try to get the water damage rectified. they
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will have to fix the pipe belowground. 15th avenue will be closed down. everyone is attempting to coordinate their activities but a lot going on at one time. >>wawona and 15th will be open in the next hour. this scene call, it will be there for a while. >> that thing looks huge. when you said hundreds of out of dollars of water i understand seeing the cars water level. >> yes some homes at 2-3 ft. of water inside. >> one person woke up and step out of bed and was knee deep in water. >> not a great way to with up. >> thank you jackie. the other story we're following to officers and the line of
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duty were killed in santa cruz. police say sergeant loren baker, who went by the nickname butch , and 28 year-old veteran of the department leaves behind his wife and two daughters. these totals are courtesy of the santa cruz sentinel. and a detectable elizabeth butler, a 10 year veteran, was also killed she has two young sons. >> police say, the officers are following up on a sexual assault investigation. a third person has been identified as jeremy goulet the man who police say shot officers is to day afternoon. >> mike pelton is at the santa cruz police department. >> outside the santa cruz police department community leaders have come to leave, flowers and a purple heart for the to fall and officers. the officers leave behind a family. a 28 year- old veteran sargent baker
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leaves behind his wife two daughters and his son. >> and elizabeth butler is a 10 year veteran leaves behind her husband and two young sons. >> community members have come to leave items to mourn the officers. >> because i love them and want to support them and know that their loved big time. >> butch a friend and save my family. he stepped up for me and my daughter for the truth. he was a good man. >> this is a sad day and then on holy day for santa cruz county in america. >> the police chief called is the darkest day in the history of the police department. this is the first time they have lost officer in the line of duty. in santa cruz mike pelton kron 4 news. >> 9:07 is the time will be back with more. looking at the san mateo bridge outside. plenty of sunshine. in fact, we're talking more
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>>9:10. in bay area news police are searching for and at risk martinez man. >> 18 year-old ryan men jivar was last seen monday
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night at his martinez home. police say he left his house at some point during the night and has not return home or contact his family. >> he is described as a six- foot tall and weighing one under 65 lbs.. he has brown hair and brown eyes. he was last seen wearing dark jeans, black shirt and light green linnet sweatshirt. >> and oakland couple believed to be missing on a bike trip and peru have reportedly been spot in the local village. jamie neal and garrett hand were last heard from in late january while telling a group. neal's co-workers in el sobrante are celebrated the news that neal and her boyfriend may have been found. >> meanwhile, because the family has not heard directly from the couple, garrett mother issued a statement saying ", until i
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hear from my son directly, we will not stop looking. >> it will be a gorgeous [ crickets chirping ]
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this is seeingikea and fast food places in the united states. >> this will be a story going forward for years to come. this is a problem in the united states. ikea $8 billion company is forced to deal with the pr nightmare. now the of course it is being found and sausages, lasagna, and meatballs. >> horse meat is ashley healthier. lower sodium, lower fat. it is considered better than beef. it is a nightmare because horses sometimes takes steroids. we did not want that and our food supply. the company to be more transparent and go to twitter and apologize. >> they need. the story here is twitter is all power for news travels fast. >> lightning speed. >> on your winter column you have beer drinkers a link
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anheuser-busch were complaining that their watering down their product and as are the busat anheuser-b- busch is saying no way. >> i believe this has some merit. if i get a 12th that i could probably not get it was awful but light. some former employees are saying and there are 13 breweries around the nine states. they are saying at some point in time they look at the alcohol content in the the water it down at the last second. it cuts 3-8%. i find the line funny that beer drinkers are suing anheuser- busch. you don't imagine beer drinkers unionized or pulling their act together or coordinated. >> brand awareness. but light, but light. --bud
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light, bud light. they need to show that these are ex employes were bitter. for the record they sell $22 billion of beverages in the year. $22 billion in profit. they just reported a down quarter. >> very good. onto another item in your will to call. dreamworks animation has not been doing not what some of their latest release. they are worried that will let go more than 300 people. >> this is intriguing. they reported an $82 million loss on lives of the guardian. >> it was expensive to produce and they are caught in a cycle of producing good movies but that are not great. >> they will take and $87
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million loss on a movie that was released. >> this stock is sitting .... they will be in business >> why not buy disney. disney xd shows spider-man. i read comics, spider weman movies. >> it looks bad. they have a movie coming out called turbo. >> ok. >> we have an e-mail from caltran. he says where is a good place to get yields since cds are so low? >> be careful out and that is caused chasing yield. some people will go after cash and cds that did not have much you but they are safe and liquid. a lot of our viewers are seniors and looking for their money to
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work. ben bernanke killed them by blowing interest rates to such a low level. >> my mother is in a ginnie mae fund with fidelity. you get about 3% yield. almost as safe as cash not quite. >> good information rob thank you. >> thank you guys. it is 9 :19. we're taking a look at the jammed up in san jose, 101 northbound is the spot where we have slow traffic. george has been of getting us all morning with a hot spots. now let us focus on the sun shine in this picture. let us listen to anny tell us how warmer will get today. >> good idea focus on the sun shine will want your sunglasses for the commute. we have plenty of sun expecting sunny conditions for this afternoon to be mild warm. mostly clear and
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breezy at times. >> temperatures not bad lower fifties in downtown san francisco. mid '40's for the bottle. 52 and oakland. livermore out of the '30's coming in at 44. >> satellite radar picture shows high pressure control. we may see clouds move into the bay area today. that will limit the seventies. we will not see as much compared to yesterday. >> there will still be a few thought to incentives. >> in the heart of the bay into the arena will join '60s. >> by 2:00 look at the yellow. san jose will be hitting some spots in the seventies for today. i think most of us will top out in the upper 60s close to 70. >> futurecast 4 endicott shows things cooling down into the 50s from location. >> a lot of mid to upper 60s. 67 degrees in campbell.
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at the santa clara. san jose rich upper 60s as well. some places toward gilroy getting to oral lore seventies once again. mountain view 65. palo alto getting to 68. cupertino close to 70. for what creek upper 60s. sunday will be close to 70 once again. 67 for pleasanton livermore valley popping out in the mid-60s or our friends in the north bay. low to mid '60s for petaluma, a navato . downtown san francisco 6 degrees daly city ocean beach 67. berkeley and oakland low to mid '60s for your afternoon today. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast plenty of sun. will warm of tomorrow. >> low and mid 70 readings on friday. saturday night is like chance for north bay rain mainly in the evening. a slight chance for that. we pulled out especially by
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monday and tuesday. temperatures are only in the low 60s by tuesday. >> a look at your snow bomb ski report going up to tahoe no new fresh powder but call reporting a base of 33-92 in.. >> the time is 922. here in georgia traffic. >> thank you anny. we are seeing a break up in one of our hot spots the nimitz northbound. drive times are about 25 minutes they were up to 30. 23 would be normal. >> the nimitz is always slow and if you drive at this hour every day you know as you should expect slow traffic in that as we have. >> taking a look at san jose traffic on highway 101 in the north bound direction. still heavier for this northbound right. the overall commute times and not bad. 23 minutes. >> the last stretch leading to 237 is very heavy. >> allowed the bridges. the bay bridge was browestbound bacd
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up for a 18 minute commute coming of the toll plaza. >> san mateo bridge drive times 11 minutes a problem free. >> the golden gate bridge rolling eyes did with no delays across span. nicely with no delays across span. >> the time is 9:23 97
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faithful for the support of respecting his decision to become the first open six of the year to resign. tens of thousands of people jammed the area to bid minute farewell. >> a new study finds that the number of young women being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer is on the rise. it is a trend not seen in older women. although the number of cases is still small, researchers find that more young women ages 25 best 39 are being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. the study covered cases over three decades. officials say more research needs to be done. doctors say early detection is key so is best for young women to a monthly self breast exam and get checked out right away if they find a lump. >> a new study that shows the majority of voters are opposed to renaming san francisco international airport after gay rights activist harvey milk. 61 percent of likely voters oppose the idea according to
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a poll conducted by, the chamber of commerce. harvey milk was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in california. the study also showed that roughly the same number of voters were opposed the name change, are in favor of bringing the golden state warriors building to the waterfront area at pierce 3332. >> there is plenty of sunshine outside we back you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪
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>> 930. we're taking a live look at a bright spot. walnut creek 680 traffic looks good and so does the weather. >> let us get an update george. let us check out whether a person and will get to george in a minute. >> temperatures are fairly mild. in some spots like san jose. 49 degrees mostly sunny skies. santa clara at 42. campbell war '40's. mountain view 41. places in the south bay have another good chance to see 70 degree
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readings. a lot of sunshine today. tomorrow the woman continues and friday. the warmest day on tap. maybe some rain the details of the later. >> here is george with traffic. >> no hot spots now. the bay bridge 880 approach could. the toll plaza flat and not that bad. either the back up only reaching just pass was grand ave. a little bit beyond 880 4 your toll plaza ride. 16-18 minutes. >> 7 tel bridge ride looks good problem free across the span and the golden gate bridge ride is light--the san mateo bridge. >> one of the of developing stores were following is a water main break that happened in san francisco overnight as you can see. sending hundreds of thousands of gallons of water gushing into the
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street into basements and into barrages that were low lying below the street level. --garages. >> crews have now shut off water to residents. it is in the area of 15th avenue and wawona , in westport. take a look at this overnight video showing the scene shortly after it happen. jackie sissel has been talking to the workers and the people live there. >> good morning jackie what is going on now. >> all kinds of things are going on. we have multiple things going on at one time. city workers attempted to clear out the mud from the corner of wawona and 15 to open the intersection. we also have private contractors attentive to help the whole moment \ / \ \ / \ / \ / \ hall or screen of.
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omeowner srs b clean the mud. >cleaned up. >> a 16 in. pipe carrying water burst sending hundreds of thousands of gallons of water and mud racing down 15 avenue towards wawona . it got into cars and houses. some of these houses are below street level. garages and cars were completely inundated. you can see the pain some of these people have to deal with over the next couple of hours if not days or weeks. >> as i come back out live i
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had a chance to talk out to in dollar ownout to a homeownern woo. >> around 230 is morning he walked downstairs and saw water rushing into the low- lying rules of the south. >> the public works people have to send out engineers to take a look at the house. they have been yellow tag which does not mean they have to completely get out but engineers will have to come out and says the instructiona structural interio >> it should have been only an hour before we saw wawona and 50 open. it has been
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three hours. it does not look like it will open anytime soon. there are making progress but it looks like a small lake a couple of hours ago. we are seeing progress. there are still a ways of holding up. >> i could see earlier with the cards. seeing that they need to be fixed and the court told. i am wondering about the yellow tag. how many houses are we talking? is it a dozen or what? >> they did not have an exact number but i can tell you if you look up the street you conceive that home, that home, and is home. there are three there that have sustained significant damage. >> this is adjacent woos house the one i was talking about he has sustained the damage. >> it looks like around 6 homes on this side of the street. that is not counting
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the homes over here that has encountered the same damage. you can see the water line here. you can see the gratis at below that. >> o my gosh. >> another big story we're following we are waiting for the funeral arrangements to be announced and the police investigation continuing into the officer shooting to officers shot and killed in santa cruz. there is one of them sergeant oren butch baker he was a 28 year-ol veteran of the department leaves behind his wife and two daughters. and detective elizabeth butler, a 10 year veteran, was also killed. she has two young sons. >> police say, the officers were following up on a sexual assault investigation. at third person has been identified as jeremy goulet opened fire
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on them killing them yesterday afternoon. he then went to another location where he was shot and killed. kron fours will tran is light at that second scene. he is at the crime scene to give us the very latest. will? >> darya to allow people showing up at the second scene. you can see behind me there is a gaping hole in the garage. multiple shots were fired a whole is so big you could walk through it. >> police spent all my investigating, and collecting evidence. dozens of shots were fired at the front of this building and also around the corner. >> from what we understand there was a gun battle before the standoff ended. >> here is a picture of a goulet . we're learning more about him. he was arrested in portland oregon for coming into a woman's house
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filfilming her while she taking a shower agoulet and the woman's boyfriend get into it he was arrested for that and forced to take some sex offender course. also his father did acknowledge that he does owned several guns about three. he did not think his son was capable of this. before moving to santa cruz he lived in berkeley with his twin brother. he then came here and worked as a barissta at a local coffee shop where he was fired on saturday. officially please contact him on friday for disorderly conduct he was arrested at that time and made bail. that is one of the reason why they came back to his house on tuesday afternoon. obviously they did not know this was going to happen. ultimately, it all ended by a lead. we know there is a news conference in to our cell by the santa cruz county police office.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news of nicotine to track a hot spot in the south bay. >> 101 northbound direction at the guadalupe parkway is where our camera is located we had a late accident. that is why traffic is still backed up try to get up toward highway 237. take a look at our cameras you you can see is still bunched up.
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this is an all lanes. it is not unusual to see slow traffic getting past--tried to get past this merge point. this is where the guadalupe parkway feeds into 101 north. the diamond lane lynnends at 4:00. there is an accident outside of the camera view adding to the delays. >> that is the last are hot spots andidges. here is the bay bridge you can see the end of the back up westbound. >> the commute for the santa tail rich enteded a while ago. we are down to light traffic flow. the golden gate has been switched to the midday configuration. traffic light in the south bound direction. three lanes are not valid. >> object of the weather anny >> thank you george want to sunglasses for the morning.
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mostly sunny for today. mild warm. it will be mostly clear and breezy. >> temperatures 53 in downtown san francisco in daly city. '40's and 50's livermore. 44. san jose 49. fremont 52. >> satellite radar picture shows clouds. today i think we will see high clouds streaming in. a few places may sbe a tad cooler than yesterday. >> unpleasant they in store for us as we continue to warm up through the end of your work week. >> future cast 4 at noon you can see at the heart of the bay may hold on to fifties. the green indicating widespread 60s by lunchtime. >> yellow popping up by 2:00 for san jose. temperatures will top out in the low seventies. >> by 8:00 we will cool down into the fifties for this evening. >> cupertino close to 70.
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campbell 67. the same for santa clara. san jose mid- 60s. evergreen upper 60s. the south bay has the best chance of seeing temperatures in the low seventies again. >> walnut creek upper 60s. castro valley lower '60s. 55 in livermore, vallejo. 64 in san leandro. in the north bay temperatures will be in it mid-60's for petaluma, san raphael 60. downtown san francisco lows '60s. daly city, ocean beach 57. berkeley 51-day 61 all good getting close to the mid- 60s. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast a lot of sunshine on your 7 day. >> friday 72. will see mid 70 readings. i would not be surprised if we do. it will fall nice and warm. >> saturday north bay, rain possible. a little bit. a sprinkle at best and evening hours. saturday night and sunday. >> cooling down monday and
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tuesday. enjoy the warmth of last. >> thank you anny. a lethal winter storm is on the move after dumping snow in the nation's heartland. forecasters said the worst is over but people in kansas, illinois, missouri and texas are still feeling the effects of a storm that cancelled flights, cut power and stranded drivers. ted raowland report. >> the storm rolled increasin creating havoc. >> that is what happens when a snow plow crosses over you in an overpass. the weather was treacherous all over the region. hundreds of flights were canceled and the lawyer was not alone. >> snow plows the streets of kansas city tuesday to wage war on mother nature. some parts of a foot of snow from
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a mass of a blizzard. this man spent most of his day shoveling. >> it is heavy and huge we're trying to get it all. >> a hard, wind, snow has made difficult behind the wheel or on foot. >> falling branches have wreaked havoc with the power system. look what happens to a building's roof and a belt of missouri at as the news crews look on. >> elsewhere in kansas a hundred your record is no more. the area announced 21 in. of snow from february taking down the old mark in six days. >> the huge snowstorm began in the texas panhandle. check out these amazing images shot by a see in in reporter outside amarillo on monday. >> part of the panhandle saw 19 in. of snow and white out conditions. >> from the ground to the air no snow. gust hit more
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than 54 mi. per hour fortunately no injuries were reported. >> back in kansas city say they want a break from all the snowfall. >> its been a long 7-10 days something like that. i am ready to go. >> our big story our top story this morning has been the follow-up to the two officers killed in a line of duty in santa cruz. is the first time and that forces history they had officers killed a lot of hin the line of duty. >> our team coverage continues with kron fours mike pelton. >> community members continue to add to the growing memorial here in the courtyard of the santa cruz police department for the to
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fall officers. >> flags are at half mast and the san jose police department drove down here to offer their condolences. the two officers killed in a line of duty both leave behind families. sergeant loren butch baker is a 28 year veteran leave behind his wife two daughters and son. >> detective elizabeth butler is a 10 year veteran leaves behind her husband and two young sons. >> all morning along... i call people who sergeant baker. >> it is devastating. i am completely lost for words my heart goes out to his family. he made a huge impact on my life. a huge impact. i will always be grateful. i will never ever forget. the man was a good man. >> i knew butler. i have seen baker pretty much. it
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is hard to except the fact that we saw it happen. >> here on the front door of the police department officers posted a sign saying lobby closed so the department get more. the police chief called the incident the darkest day in the history of the department. it is the first time they have lost officer in the line of duty. in santa cruz mike pelton kron 4 news. >> stay with kron 4 as we continue the latest on this developing story. we are following the latest on hour news channel on our 24/7 news channel. and on our web site for facebook and twitter. a press conference is set for 1130 with the santa cruz police department. that is when you want to tune into our 24/7 channel for the lastest news and traffic comcast 193 digital channel 4.2. >> we will be right back. =dj
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